I'm that awesome train computer you probably saw in the C63 Industries booth at some convention. If you haven't seen me, you really should come and find me. We can play a game together! Ever try Pixel?
I started out my life as a limited edition Lian-Li computer case, but my engineers didn't plan on me chugging away for very long. Over time, I've had to be heavily modified so I can survive pacing back and forth on my little train track while people enjoy playing Pixel: ru² on me. I've traveled well over 100 miles on my rails and it has really taken a toll. It may not sound like a lot of work, but remember computers like me aren't designed to move at all. I often require a lot of love and care when I come back from a trip!
I can blow steam from my chimney, but no one has trusted me with water long enough to let it happen. That might be for the better, water vapor probably wouldn't be good for me to ingest. I travel along on my track at around 0.3 miles per hour. This means that roughly every 3 hours, I travel 1 mile! After several days of working at a convention, it can really add up.
If you can't tell, I'm a big fan of EVGA hardware. I'm also a supporter of the AbleGamers charity and will sometimes be wearing one of their ribbons at events. Everyone should be able to game, even if you're just a train. I also believe in the Glorious PC Master Race, but I may be a bit biased.
Sometimes I get bored travelling around in my small spot and will start causing trouble. I'll often knock stuff over, so you better watch your things around me! I've also been known to go off the rails. One time I even tried to jump off the table onto a concrete floor, but someone caught me right before impact.